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. these are live pictures. about 300 people outside the newpark mall in newark, waiting to buy the new flickky air jordans. a lot -- nike air jordans. a lot of police out there. last year, one man fired a gunshot. about 200 people forced their way into the bane fair mall in san leandro. police have a big presence there. nothing is happening as we can see right now. we do have ktvu's pline grow res there. he will bring us a live update from the ground coming up at 7:30. >>> a round of rain and strong wind moving into the bay area could affect your holiday travel plans. allie rasmus just spoke to sfo officials and she joins us live from sfo with some new information about flight delays. good morning, alley. >> reporter: good morning. you can see it's not raining right now. the weather is having an effect on travel here at san francisco international airport. if you look behind us, you can see a number of people unloading. this is supposed to be the busiest travel day of the year with over 100,000 people through sfo. but because of the low ceiling and visibility, the traffic management program is in
to new york. >>> chick peas and lettuce, that's all he's eating for breakfast. newark mayor booker is now into the third day of living on food stamps. now until december 12th he agreed to eat only what he could buy for $4 a day. this idea came from a twitter conversation he had with a woman. >>> people in the u.s. can now travel to cuba. president barack obama eased restrictions earlier this year but the tourists still can't come and go as they please. there are still restrictions on what they can see and what they can do. it's been put in place by the u.s. government. >>> the voices will be back in baltimore this weekend. we're talking about the joyous voices of the acappella caroling group. they're going to perform at the walters' art museum on sunday. it will take place in the afternoon and filled with hot cocoa and a lot of holiday goodies. the concert runs from 1:00 until 4:00 sunday afternoon. >>> this time last year u.s. military personnel were deployed to iraq and afghanistan. now many are spending christmas with their families for the first time in years and abc2 news lament will
of different perspectives tonight on guns in america. i want to bring in newark mayor, corey booker. and christiane amanpour. and psychologist dr. deepak chopra and tom ridge. from washington and former homeland security secretary. corey booker, let me start with you. it is heart-breaking. it's agonizing. you can't say anything to make it better. what i find fascinating about him is his incredible dignity. the way he was prepared to offer comfort and sympathy to the family of the man who had shot his child and he went on to talk about gun control and said that he didn't want wide-ranging gun control to come as a result of this, but he didn't understand why this shooter's mother would ever want to have the kind of assault weapon that was used in her home to defend herself. he raised a number of issues about that which we'll see more of tomorrow. but what do you say to other families in america that can't send them to school now, to movie theaters? there is almost nowhere left now that's sacred for americans to be safe because of gun violence. what is the answer? >> well, first of all
, newark to philadelphia. so far so good boston logan but what is in new york will soon be heading up toward you. so the heavy rains moving through, winds in new york city right now between 40 and 50 miles per hour. very heavy rain moving up into massachusetts currently. we have to watch some of the flooding too. areas of snow on the ground in new england are going to get drenched with heavy rain today. that could cause minor flooding. also snow through much of michigan, indiana, and ohio. even the high elevations of west virginia. it is not a pretty morning in chicago, either, with windy, cold conditions. this is your snowfall map over the next 48 hours mostly looking at snow in high elevations of west virginia and western portions of new york. happy to tell everyone after we get past today the airports and everything else across much of the country will be much better and your holiday travel will be just fine saturday and sunday. you're watching morning joe with a blowing christmas tree in the background, brewed by starbucks. [ male announcer ] when it comes to the financial obstacl
marriage. >>> newark mayor in new jersey corey booker is gearing up for his food stamp challenge. it starts tuesday. booker is going to be on a steady diet of beans and vegetables and whatever else he can afford living on $30 worth of food stamps for the week. the mayor took on the challenge after getting into a debate with one of his twitter followers. >>> and finally, just north of the border, a few military vets suited up for team usa at the world sledge hockey challenge despite the inspiring stories of lost limbs and sacrifice, it was team canada that beat the americans 2-1. however, team usa did earn enough wins for a spot in the semifinals. >>> in sports, we're going to tip off in the nba. bobcats and knicks with three seconds left, new york's j.r. smith took the inbound pass and hit a fallaway jumper from the left. a dramatic buzzer beater for a 100-98 win in char lot. kobe bryant is the only fifth player in league history to score over 30,000 points. he's the youngest player to reach that milestone as los angeles beat new orleans. andre johnson of the houston texans took a dozen at
for sandy's smallest victims. 30 hours later the train rolls into newark, new jersey's, penn station. 27 pallets in all. half the toys go to the marine's toys for tots program, the rest end up here at engine 155 ladder 78 in staten island. >> looks like our own version of the polar express. >> children of firefighters, kids who lost everything in sandy's wake get to pick out brand new gifts. >> we lost a lot. he lost all his toys. so it feels good to be on the receiving end. >> especially during the holidays we know that there's a financial strain for the parents and we wanted to make sure that the children of this storm were still able to celebrate. >> reporter: louisiana organizers partnered with kathryn ryan, a firefighter o widow who runs a toy drive after her husband bobby's name. >> through their tragedy they knew what we would need and what would be helpful to us. >> christmas is going to be good this year, right, ryan? >> reporter: the need for smiles. and reminders that giving and receiving not only go hand in hand. >> such an incredible feeling to be on the giving end. you know
and newark, new jersey under delays of 90 minutes or less. iana know you wanted me to make a snowball for you. this is a pretty hard one already made for me. i'm diagnose. >> i saw your snowball earlier. you can do better than that next time. >> just fell apart before the conditions got a little bit nastier. it's a winter wonderland. a ski resort in vermont reports 20 inches of snow to kids who got skis are enjoying that. >> that's a great point. ski resorts had a hard year last year. thank you very much. >>> now arkansas, where up to 140,000 people are without power and could be for some time. y vet with with the arkansas department of emergency management arkansas got hit hard. >> central arkansas especially. >> what are the conditions now? what is the state of the roads and then the airports? >> the roads are mostly clear on the main that are row fairs, the ice on the secondary roads. >> eric: how about the airport? >> the airport is in operation. >> talk about the loss of power. we saw 140,000 still without power? >> correct. as of 8:00 this morning they were saying 136,000. >> eric: what
the northeast yet. >> chicago, newark, houston, but the effects are -- can be across the whole united states, right? >> that's right. it's going to hit around the evening rush in new york and then continue on for the evening. so there's already been 2400 flights that have arrived over 15 minutes late. over 1,045 minutes late. that's cascading more delays through the day. we're showing about 1248 flight cancellations so far. that's not too much in new york, it's dallas, indy, chicago and the numbers will stack up in the northeast and new york this afternoon. the good news is, though, that as long as the airlines push through and take the delays and get people where they want, one to four hours late things will reset. the wind will die down, snow will get cleared and the hope is we'll be on track tomorrow. >> say we're traveling and we went home and want to get back to work and we're hearing about the delays. what should we do? >> if you think you're affected. if you're flying to, from, or, the northeast this evening, either you have to be very patient and willing to accept multi-hour delays o
in the northeast. la guardia and newark and boston have been two of the big areas that we have seen delays between one and three hours for some. long delays tonight continue in the northeast and a lot of that is wind related. most of the rain has left even as far northeast at boston. the winds have been gusting between 30 and 40 miles per hour. san francisco, oh, it has been a tough go for you if you're watching from the airports. we've had between three and four-hour delays and the rain and low visibility and fog and that will continue in san francisco. the hardest hit areas tomorrow and sunday. all right. for the northeast, for tomorrow, windy and much cooler, temperatures precipitously dropped 50 tonight in boston and dropping down into the 30s, and will feel much colder than that. quiet, though, in the northeast and the midwest and for sunday, the biggest stormy spot will be on sunday. it will be in of course the west coast and along the west coast. so here is a look at the weekend travel picture. here is the storm. it is exiting the country and exiting the northeast and tomorrow clear skies a
. >> chicago, newark, houon, but the effects are -- can be across the whole united states, right? >> that's right. it's going to hit aund the evening rushn new york and then continue on for t evening. so there's already been 2400 flights that have arrived over 15 minutes late. over 1,045 minutes late. that's cascading more delays through the day. we're owing about 1248 flight cancellationso far. that's not too much in new york, it's dallas, indy, chicago and the numbers will stack up in the northeast and new york this afternoon. the good news is, though, that as long as the airlines push through and take the delays and get people where they want, one to four hours late things will reset. the wind will die down, snow will get cleared and the hope is we'll be on track tomorrow. >> say we're traveling and we went home and nt to get back to work ande're hearing about the delays. what should we do? >> if you think you're affected. if you're flying to, from, or, the northeast this evening, either you have to be very patient and willing to accept multi-hour delays or go to the airline website an
in politician for 2013. let's get the scoop from anna palmer. i want to start with the mayor of newark, new jersey, cory booker. some folks have called him a super mayor. >> well, he certainly has made for himself a name on twitter, rescuing a woman from a building on fire. he is looking at a 2014 senatorial bid, and someone we'll be watching to come. >> in addition to him, the husband of gabby giffords also made the list. why did politico include mark kelly, the astronaut? >> he's going to be particularly interesting to watch as the gun debate heats up following the christmas break. he is the husband of gabby giffords, former representative who herself was a victim of a mass shooting. he's been a really vocal spokesman on this issue for gun control. they also started interestingly enough a political action committee where they're going to raise funds to support candidates who are on their political wavelengths. he says he will not run. he has not counted out a railings all together. >> we go back to the democratic convention. this is an individual that really did shine. we're talking about
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delays. today is no different. washington, d.c. an hour plus delay for you. newark there all morning. fort lauderdale has trouble at the airport but that is not wind related. san francisco, the rain an inundation with rain today for you, as well. big picture today, the wind and rain and, of course, the snow off the great lakes in the northeast. the rain and mountain snow in the sierra we'll be tallying it up to feet of snow. some incredible ski conditions, but the balance of the country today is dry and a little bit colder than where we should be this time of year. a white christmas, look at the swathe of it. meet logically a white christmas is when there's an inch of snow on ground christmas morning. it doesn't have to be knowing at that time. so much of the countries will see that. but the forecast for christmas here in the northeast, not out of the question for boston and new york to see snow flurries. in the northeast predominantly it will be dry and cool. atlanta rain for you on christmas. nashville, as well. so cloudy and a little bit of rainy in the southeast. in the upper mid
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new england. travel will be treacherous in this region. pretty in newark where you're only getting an inch or two but new england and coastal areas this will be the type of snow you'll be shoveling out and plowing out tomorrow morning. martin? >> the proves the weather is an equal-opportunity annoyer. the west coast also getting some bad weather. >> that's right. it's raining in los angeles and we are expecting measurable amounts of rain there. that will cause travel slowdowns with the low clouds and rain on the west coast. coast to coast we are facing some travel troubles for today. >> okay. not good for folks wanting to come home. bonnie, thanks very much. >>> members of congress in a last-minute scram to believe try to avoid a fiscal cliff and save millions of americans thousands of dollars a year. >>> plus, who are you going to call? one new jersey couple said their home was haunted. so they called in the real-life ghostbusters. [ lisa ] my name's lisa, and chantix helped me quit. i honestly loved smoking, and i honestly didn't think i would ever quit. [ male announcer ] along
, especially in the northeast. laguardia and newark and post have been two of the big areas, delays 1 to 3 hours. long delays tonight continue in the northeast, a lot of that wind-related. most of the rain has left, even as far northeast as boston. winds gusting 30 to 40 miles per hour. san francisco, it's been a tough go for you. if you're watching from the airports we've had 3 to 4-hour delays. rain, low visibility, fog. that will continue in san francisco. the hardest-hit areas, tomorrow and sunday. for the northeast for tomorrow, windy and much cooler. temperatures precipitously drop, 50 in boston, we drop into the 30s but it will feel colder. quiet in the northeast and midwest for sunday, the biggest stormy spot will be on sunday, will be the west coast and along the west coast. so here's a look at the weekend travel picture. here's the storm exiting the country, exiting the northeast. tomorrow, clearer skies but cooler conditions. the winds hold on tomorrow. temperatures dropping into the 30s and 40s. you're looking for snow. western great lakes, it's actually lake-effect snow. that
not reporting many delays and there's a 15-minute delay in newark and not a huge problem. san francisco reported a bigger delay today due to rain. as we look at video from other parts of the country, from st. louis and from kansas city, there's not much of a problem there. there are some long lines and for the most part travelers have gotten to where they needed to go. there are other problems, however, in the northeast and places like upstate new york, virginia and pennsylvania. snow has snarled traffic there and there is some concern that on the west coast, as well, there could be issues. for the most part, traffic is doing much better today than it did in the past two days, thursday and friday. more than 1600 cancellations throughout the country and so far today only about 75 according to flight aware.com. again, here in atlanta, it could be a whole lot worse, richard. >> they have more runways and 405 will be more difficult. gabe gutierrez at the atlanta hartsfield international airport. we'll check back in with you, thanks. >>> egyptians are going back to the polls on the constitution. the
in newark. we're in town. so knowing -- >> how lucky is that? >> yeah, how lucky is that. they did approach the band and said, would you be willing to participate. here is the thing. not only this band but all the bands willing to participate in the benefit, new york has been very good to us. we want to give back. i think it's a great thing. >> you're better looking than jagger. >> a lot better looking than jagger. >> hell of a piano player. website you put together, one of the biggest environmental ipads. >> can you do that? >> t discess. >> let's see. ♪ >> chuck leavell, thank you. >> since 1982. good to be with you. >> sue. >> i can't believe i have to follow that. i really can't. terrific. good luck tomorrow night, guys. it's a fantastic charity event for the victims of sandy. groupon ceo speaking out as he tries to revive his struggling company. we have the headlines on that major story. a super deal for beyonce as well. a $50 million deal. with pepsi, is it a match made in heaven? for $50 million bucks i bet it is. try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got in
already 500 flights have been canceled and, jon, newark and laguardia, both of those airports are operatings on a one-hour delay currently. jon: didn't this same area get hit pretty hard by sandy a few months ago? they must have have a lot work to do? misery on top of more misery. >> reporter: you're absolutely right about that. governor andrew cuomo is warning power companies to be on their toes because of this they were criticized with the slow response to get the power cut back on. many residents in the dark and the told for a couple of weeks. the governor activated his emergency operations center in the state of new york as the upper portions of the state were expected to get a whole lot of snow but for the kids at home, i will mess up my goldloves here. they're not making the best snowballs. jon: really? i thought it was, she has a good arm. >> reporter: i think i sprayed my photographer in the face a little bit with my fancy new gloves. jon: is that hat, a fox news issued hat? that is proper equipment for this weather. >> reporter: called, keeping you warm. jon: should h
's what is making travel so perilous. whether it is the winds in newark or laguardia now or just rain slowing things down, or these winds gusting to 30 in chicago, 23 in nashville, gusting to 45 earlier in indianapolis. it is the winds that are making travel so perilous and so dangerous and impacting the roads and the airports. blizzard warnings here from central indiana to ohio. again, that means the snow coupled with the winds. but look at this, 12 inches, a foot plus of snow possible in western new york. the worst of it tonight until tomorrow in new york state. and then we will begin to see this move out. hefty total of snow. here is the movement as we head toward early tomorrow. you see new york, new york state ensconced in snow. western pennsylvania as well. then by thursday morning, it is still there, and into maine and finally pushes all out. so victor, we're not done with this here. we have another two days, good news all the severe threat coming to an end by tonight and snow still a factor with the winds. >> rough weather on the start of the christmas travel season. rough wea
brady. >>> cory booker the popular mayor of newark, new jersey, may have tipped his hand on the job he may want next. here's what he told "the huffington post." >> when i campaign for myself next year as a gubernatorial candidate or for another gubernatorial candidate should i decide not to run. >> i guess he hedged it a little bit. here's what mayor booker said about new jersey governor chris christie who already said he's running for re-election. >> christie is vulnerable and i think as it should be because there's a lot of issues in our state he is not falling in line with from women's issues, environmental issues. >> booker may consider a run for the senate. he set about a two-week deadline. >> oh for god's sakes he's running for something. he's running for governor or maybe not. >> i think he's going to run for the senate. >> really? >> if you look at the polls there, he wins the primary hands down, even against frank lautenberg and he wins the senate seat. why would he take on chris christie? the guy did a spectacular job during the storm. i disagree with him on a whole set of is
've canceled about 175 outbound and inbound flights at kennedy, newark, and laguardia. so far, though, no delays because the snow is just beginning to get into the suburbs. once the visibilities come down and they start deicing, we'll see delays. it's a quick hitter here. this will all be out of here by m midafternoon. it wraps up in new york city this evening. the big numbers will come in from boston, providence, and cape cod as the storm intensifies. out there, somebody could get 10 inches of snow, most of that falling tonight. as veronica has mentioned, the next five to seven days will feature cold weather but likely no big snowstorms in the future. certainly not there in d.c. where it continues to rain inside the beltway. back to you. >> all right. mike seidel in new cumberland, pennsylvania. we appreciate it. looks like we lucked out. >> we mentioned that it's a quick hitter. in so little time, it can cripple so much when we talk about transportation. there's going to be lives disrupted all over the place. >> you heard him say, though, if you're playing out or if you have relativ
'hare, newark, new jersey, or miami ivent national, you know it's not -- miami national, you know it's not an easy task. the bill before us allows to waive the screening requirements as well. giving t.s.a. this kiped of flexibility will allow them to free up time and resources to focus on higher risk baggage and passengers and will also make traveling easier for those coming in and out of the united states. i want to thank my colleagues on the homeland security committee, especially chairman king, and their staffs for the work they put into this bill, along with senators klobuchar and blunt for bringing this to our attention. i urge all members to vote in favor of this commonsense, bipartisan bill. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the gentleman from mississippi. mr. thompson: madam speaker, i yield such time as she may consume to the ranking member of the subcommittee on transportation security on the committee on homeland security, the gentlewoman from texas, ms. jackson lee. the speaker pro tempore: the
across japan. >>> the mayor of newark, new jersey, is taking the food stamp challenge. we're talking about corey booker. he will only be eating what he can afford to buy this week. he'll have just 33 dlrs $33 to with. that's the average weekly food stamp benefit in his state per day. booker is already tweeting that he will be giving up coffee because he won't be able to afford it. i love this story. i know you do, too, soledad. >> i to, too. because mostly i thought -- i've never really thought about how much money people who are on food stamps actually get. then how do they navigate their way through buying. when he started tweeting about it, and i follow him on twitter, i started thinking, i never really thought about how do you feed a family on a certain amount of money. it will be an interesting experiment. it will really be insightful for people who fortunately don't have to deal with that issue and we'll learn a lot. >>> another money issue is the fiscal cliff. in something like, what, 29 days now we're going to hit the fiscal cliff. spending cuts, tax hikes. until lawmakers ca
22nd. newark mayor cory booker is starting his food stamp challenge tomorrow and over the weekend he went out and bought $29.78 worth of food for the week. that is a little bit less than what the average new jersey recipient got from the federal supplemental nutritionist assistance program or snap in 2011. other public official have taken the challenge. i remember reporting it on it years ago. several members of congress have done it. also the mayors of las vegas and phoenix and former utah governor jon huntsman. booker came to the challenge on twitter with a follower who was is asking why it is kids need nutrition in school if they have access to food stamps. that twitter follower is supposed to be taking the challenge alongside booker as well. >> alarming news out of syria. the ap reporting syria has been moving around chemical components in the last week. secretary of state clinton is underscoring president obama's warning that if the syrian government uses chemical weapons, the u.s. will take acti
an emergency landing. united flight was heading from houston to newark, new jersey . a latest problem happening on the same day regulators ordered inspections for the jets for a possible fue line problem. intelligence director james clapper upon will testify behind closed doors about the attack on benghazi that left four americans dead. it was initially referred to al-qaida. revised talking points were used by susan rice who blamed the video. >> she lived 116 years and 100 days. besse cooper passed away and died peacefully in monroe, georgia. cooper was born in 1896 in tennessee and moved to georgia in world war i to be a teacher. what was the secret to her long life. she minded her own business and avoided junk food. >> brian: was not upset we had the twinkie problem. >> steve: not a problem for her. yesterday we heard from the president of the united states . he sat down with bloomburg. >> brian: not michael. >> steve: the tv company and said you know, i saw that plan, that letter that boehner sent me and not going to do it even though it is the first time the republicans went on record sayin
to undergo another surgery. >> newark mayor cory booker is on the sixth day of his food stamps challenge diet. he said on linked in he's getting tired of sweet potatoes and canned beans and vegetables. he's living for a week on new jersey's version on food stamp to call attention to the nutritional needs of low income folks. he said the program could be cut as politicians trying to cut spending in washd, and, of course, that worries him. another thing that worries him is the tax hike that will hit about everybody if we go off the so-called fiscal cliff. here's what he told cnn this morning. >> people who don't have the extra money to spend then hurt the stores they would shop at, the food they would buy and so on and so forth. this is a time in our fragile economy we cannot have a government especially republicans holding hostage all of this country. >> booker also says he's trying to decide whether or not he's going to run for u.s. senate or governor. he told us this morning that governor christie is vulnerable it to a chal laeng because of his stand on the environment as well as women's iss
violence in america. in my hometown of newark, new jersey, 348 shootings and 9 deaths occurred last -- 93 deaths occurred last year as a result of gun violence. unfortunately it's too late to save these victims. but it's not too late to prevent the next attack. the ban on certain types of guns, specifically assault weapons, and carnage clips, and piercing armor bullets undoubtedly would help. with stricter gun laws to save lives. now is the time for action. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. for what purpose does the gentlelady seek recognition? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute, revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady from colorado is recognized. ms. degette: thank you, mr. speaker. mr. speaker, last friday 20 beautiful children and their loving teachers were shot by a deranged man with an assault rifle that had a high-capacity magazine. the time has come for us to have a national conversation about this. about the mental health, about the community issues, about school safety and about these types
from newark, new jersey on the democratic line. good morning. caller: good morning. thank you, c-span. this is my question. i have been working with washington, d.c., like paul ryan and other people as well on this 20% of taxes on companies in the u.s. ge does not pay 20% eberle, and it was our fault -- does not pay 20% at all, and indeed as ge and a number of other companies. if everyone pays 20%, it would solve this problem. it would solve a lot of other problems as well. in my neighborhood, there are maybe 1000 day workers. they're not getting paid minimum wage. if they got paid minimum wage and they paid 20% stake and federer out of their checks, then they go -- and they paid 20% out of their paychecks, then they would solve a lot of problems. host: do either of these pieces getting to tax incentives to go offshore and then come back? guest: not in detail, but it is an interesting question. there are a lot of people in the business sector who will tell you about -- that people are coming to see that there are many advantages to bringing jobs back into the u.s. one of the conc
now, chairman of the department of medicine at newark beth israel medical center. what do you make of it? >> well, he's 88 years old. this is a president who's been in exceptionally good health. i mean, he jumps out of airplanes at the age of 85 which i thought was an absolutely amazing guy. i can recall his illnesseses over his life which included a thyroid problem, you remember when he was president. one worries about an 88-year-old who comes in with trach yo bronchitis with a chronic cough, perhaps a low-grade fever. gregg: what does that mean, pneumonia? >> yeah, well, it could mean knew known ya. bronchitis is an inin mission of the tubes that go into the lung, and you have trouble clearing mucus. you have trouble coughing, and coughing causes a lot of problems, so pneumonia is a possibility. and then when you're that old, you run the risk of a blood infection, and that can be lethal for somebody over the age of 75. gregg: what happens? >> it'll cause organ failure, and it is often times fatal. so i think the doctors are playing it safe. put him on antibiotics -- gregg: right.
in the teens. the warm sector has rainfall. heavy rain from philadelphia to trenton, newark, new york, white plains, fairfield county and back up to the i-95 corridor. a lot of wind with this as well. not only ponding on the roadways, but winds will cause air travel delays and serious wind advisories, issued for a good chunk of real estate from the canadian border through dixie. 45, 50-mile-an-hour wind. here is the verification. 67 mile winds gusts and snows will pile up away from the big cities and continue to pile up away from up. >> thank you very much, rob marciano. it is nasty, including in ohio. a snow-packed start. the area bracing for 8 inches of snow in the next 24 hours. the major concern? 45-mile-an-hour wind gusts are possible. victor blackwell, is weathering the storm in cleveland. what's it like there right now? >> reporter: well, rob was right. we're getting this sideways snow. you will see it in the shot that the gusts are kicking up now. no real accumulation of the snow, but overnight, it switched from a very cold rain and consistent wind overnight into the flurries at abou
americans are watching. >> americans care about politics. >> newark mayor cory booker started his week-long food stamp challenge. he's living on the groceries he can buy $30 a week or less, five bucks a day. the amount he says new jersey residents receive they qualify for federal assistance. here's how day one went in his words. >> seems a little more difficult because i didn't plan in my travel schedule got a little messed up so i found myself not having access to food and the food i bought. i went through a long period of the day actually not eating anything. so i think that it's very clear that if you are on a very limited budget, you have to put a lot more thought into what you're going to eat, where you're going to find food, and especially if you're on a program like snap, what places will accept my snap dollars. >> here's the photo he tweeted of 17 cans of beans, 7 yams, two bags of frozen vegetables, two apples that will be his food for the week. i would like to add a point here. a lot of times people try to do this to prove a point to live on snap whichs is supplemental nutrit
york, laguardia, jfk. boston as well. laguardia to newark to boston. san francisco has had four-hour delays. now 3 1/2 hours and it is weather-related there, too. ft. lauderdale is having a volume issue. this is the exiting storm, this rain that is leaving. skies are drying out but temperatures will drop precipitously. this is where the travel will really get tough. rochester, buffalo, six to 12 inches of knsnow coming for the. washington, baltimore, clears out for tomorrow and sunday. although it will still be windy. there's the heavy snow in western new york. driving i-90 through the weekend is really difficult. as we head towards sunday, this is the biggest travel headache from seattle all the way down to san francisco. northern california does some very heavy rain and wind for the next couple of days. lisa? >> sounds like everyone is going to have to really be patient as they try to get home for the holidays. >> yes. >> alexandra, thanks. it's not going to be easy but we'll see, hopefully it won't be too much of a travel headache. >> patience is important. lisa, thank you. >
in newark, that's a great son. willie, in your home state? >> they're running a charter school in east new york. they've got three of them in the city. >> it has been good in that case to see the government and the union work together. i do want to ask you one question, and not rhetorically. do you believe in a place like spring hill, tennessee, where there's a new volkswagen plant, the jobs came back but at a low wage, some of them at $12 an hour. do you think that's a good thing where they wouldn't be there even though it's a low wage? >> it's better than having the jobs in china, but those kinds of jobs eventually mean we can't have the kind of standard of living we had in this country. you know, you're not going to turn down a plant that's bringing jobs in, but, you know, what about the environmental laws? who's going to protect workers against not only the wage stuff but what about all the chemicals people get exposed to and these kinds of things in these kinds of industries? these are complicated, tough issues. i think throwing the unions under the bus is very stupid. >> harold meyer
be the snow concern with the winds for tonight and through the day tomorrow. but places like newark and new york and philadelphia won't have snow, they'll have rain, heavy rain, but it's the winds. flying and winds certainly don't mix and that will be most problematic at the airports tonight and for tomorrow. >> that's for sure. and it sure started on cue, christmas. >> it did. and now we have another storm coming together and getting its act together for new year's eve and new year's day that will cross the country. and it will take a very similar path. >> we'll be watching for it. thanks so much. >>> starbucks jumps into the fiscal cliff battle sending a message to lawmakers and the white house via a cup of coffee. plus my interview with the man in chanlg of the nra's controversial proposal to put guns in every american school. tr streaming quotes, any way you want. fully customize it for your trading process -- from thought to trade, on every screen. and all in real time. which makes it just like having your own trading floor, right at your fingertips. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven doll
between journal square and 33rd street in manhattan. on november 12, we brought back service to newark. we have continued around-the-clock recovery efforts on november 26, path was resumed to the world trade center. as you noted, mr. chairman, i'm proud to say that just yesterday i joined employees for the inaugural run of restore hoboken services 33rd street on the westside of manhattan. with that we have restored at least limited service to all of the stations in our network. we learned during the storm that the ingenuity and dedication of our public service is unrivaled. in the first days after the storm one of our workers, tom all new, risked his own life to jump into several feet of murky flood waters to restart a pump by hand preventing further flood damage. tom o'neil and his own words was just doing his job, and it's that attitude and fortitude of all our past employees that continue to bring us back. we could have not, we could not have done this on their own. companies in fact a from all of the country felt in the recovery. in perl mississippi the employees of trilogy communicati
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